Does anyone have any recommendations for good texts and/or anthologies for a "bioethics" course largely for non-major undergraduates?
I realize that "bioethics" is a big tent field (see NYU's new program in bioethics, which looks really cool for many reasons), so a wide variety of topics could be covered in such a course with that title. While I suppose I'll have to cover some bioethical issues that arise from recent technological developments, I hope to do more on low-tech bioethical issues that arise when you look at things from the position of those worst off.
The standard text problem is that many anthologies are geared more toward advanced students and beyond, and I suspect are beyond the current reach of many undergraduates.
Any suggestions, anyone? Thanks in advance.
I'll add a plug for Bernard Rollin's recent Ethics and Science, which I read recently and enjoyed very much.